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The American war of Independence. [Continued from our Paper of 31st Dec.] [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 January 1837

Cf)t flmrruan EHar ol VnVtpmVtnu. [Continued from our Paper of 31st Dec.] He rallied his riflemen with a voice of tbunder.and they rushed forward. A detachment sallied out upon them, at this moment, from the walls; and the English captain summoned them to lay down, ,tbur ann-. Morgan aimed s mudiet at him, and shotinm?e»d, *he English retreated; a lot skuv xnlsjicniuod. Some ladden were planted against the walW, but a terrible fire was poured down upon die men who attempted to ascend them. A detach ment of the British now assaulted (he Americans on another side, and they were compelled at lost to surrender. Arnold, with his remaining frit*, retreated three miles from the city, and entrenched himself. His subsequent operations we shall notice bye and bye. Governor Carlcton kept within the walls of Quebec, ? satisfied with waiting till reinforcements should reach him from England, in the Spring. So ended. tue lamous assault upon uuenec. PBOCEEPINGS AT VOST0N, IN 1776. Having given som...

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FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 January 1837

FRANCE. The dominions of the Crowned Citizen — are in an unsettled state. Tlic old Ministry withdrew ab ruptly from its duties— and the public departments remained for some time under nominal management. At the commencement of Sept. a new Ministry was formed— but flie freneral belief in England was. mat it would not long continue us functions. L/ouis Pliiliipc was in bad odour; and the nobility, sensible of it,' were desirous to avoid collision with him. Next arrival will probably furnish an account of ill's final exit, or the resignation of his bonois. SPAIN. Fighting has terminated in Spain for the present ; — the magnanimous people having enjoyed as much of it us their constitutions can comfuitably submit to. The Queen Regent issued a Proclamation on the 24th August, convoking the Coitus, to be elected according to the New Constitution ; the event ? ? |i.«.t.im.i^ uihl, -iii,c,i llll(j«lt Mate: ut:cil rxjKClCU 111 a battle between Majesty und the people. The [co ple rff Spain hav...

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EARTHQUAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 January 1837

EARTHQUAKE. Another smart shock of an earthquake was felt on Wednesday last, in the district of Bothwell. It lasted a few seconds, and its effects were exactly as they are in the West Indies, and other countries, subject to such awful visitations. The trembling sensation, caused the glasses and other utensils to fall from their places, and much alarm was conse- quently excited.    

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 January 1837

1 FaglGHTtflgTCHATlTER. K 'FOR LONDON DIRECT, B TO aAIL^EAHLV IN JAMUBV, HAVINC HEB DEAD Bj . WEIGHT, AMD THE CBE1TEH JART -X H HKK WOOL ENCACED, m _^- fl^HK fine, fast-sailing harque I ??Jfe l ANN, P .tVra&Sb 8S? Tonl Register, ?-? Virtue, Si Syg|S^Com,niaBder. |'! EsSSsS For Freight or Passage, having very I tuperior accommodation for Passengers, apply to I; EDDIE, WELSH & Co., §» ' AcENTS I Launceston, Nov. 19, 1836. I 'foTTLONDON DIRECT— TO FOLLOW i THE ANN. ': .^l rg-HE fine, new, first-class slii[ 'Ma I HENRY, ASBieBl S76tonsregister,Wiu.u»iWAi.vsure SfcgJJjSVCoinmsvnder. Has eicellent accnn-- ^^SsS«-oiatiott for passengers, and will lx despatched early iu February. For freiglit 01 passage, apply to EDDIE, WELSH & Co., Agents. Nov. 19, 1886. _J ? [? FOR LONDON DIRECT, :' -3E&X. THE 6m »ew A '?? StitiA built *?! : jSSOi BoiBtcEi, 427 tons,' Abthbi ? MJCWfCSL Wbigbt, Commander, being a char - IjEtJlS-Jcli tercd «hip and navine all her dcai ^43ja»I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 January 1837

I Witililch Com will Jjc told wj^.ratclj'.Woiiii I Bullocks and Steers in pairs— the remainder of t I Cattle Stf lots, to auit purcbaseis. The ihecp will be put up in lots of 10D each. Tsbus ron con Cattie amo Horses— Under £( cub ; from SOI. to 1001. 8 months ; 1001. to 301 Sand 6 mouths; 2001. to £001. 8,. 6, and . month! ; «bove £001. 8, «, 8, wid 13 month*. Tcnus roa tuk Shew.. -Under £001. 3 month . from 6001. to WOOL 8 .and C months; abo 1O001. S, 6, audS months— the 8 and 12 uiont bilU to bear B»nk ipterest. . Every possible accommodation will be afforded ''Gentlfciuencomlog from a distance rio be Sold by I'ublic Audio) WX J. C. UND£RWOO0 {By order of the Assignees, under the insolvent 1 of Messrs. Sinclair and Newton,) On the Premises at Campbell Town, on FRIDA1 the SOtb inst., at 12 o'clock, without reserve, tl . the following useful Merchandize: — SLOPS— Counting of Cotton Cord JACKET and TltOWSERS Assorted .waistcoats and bererteens Moleskin shooting coats Blue and drab c...

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Court of [?]— Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 January 1837

Court «f 3StqutSM— Eaunffflton. Notice is .hereby given, chat the Court of Re questi -far the trial «f ouuos where the sum sued far exceeds the sum of -ca povnds, will be holdcn brforc the Commissioner and Auomon, on Monday, the 1 8th day «f February «e-t,at 10 o'clock in the farenopn] and for the txiti of causa not (lending ten pounds, on Saturday, the ilth day of February nut* at 10 o'clock (d the forenoon. Full partieu. tar* «r the pWnUrsduuandmustbeSledatiny eftna|lidlM»vvt«t-- .... , . . WhcM fbc defendant recite out of thedirtrirtof . laiitjiUMriiy rr ttfrrr Saturday, the 98th of ^VHietttkeieWant r«sid«t itntnt^Jittifct,' ?»*c*Jb»WW»»«a«y..*ke lA februargiiMtHt J)MA»Xkfall(h a*yof January, 1887. ... ? I..'.. U. KENNEDY, RiewntA*.

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Quarter Sessions— Launceston. THURSDAY, JAN. 12, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 January 1837

©uarttt StBtionS-lauHweton. THDJISDiT, JIH. 12, 18S7. ' Before P. A^Mulgrave and Henry D'Arch. &qrs. Michael Smith— receiving sundry articles of wearing apparel, the property of John ArcJier,— Not Guilty. George Priest-r-stealing one ox, the property' of Alexander Kok— Guilty— Trantportatjoj) for We. &E Harvest.— We verj- much regret to date, , that the accouiiU from «he interior ane am-thiiig but favorable to the' product of the approaching , harvest. The hot winds and want of rain has m seriously injured a|l the wheat that was in full ear, as to render the cut tint it for forace matter of ac tual necessity.' The forward crops in ear will mfler lest— but there it no hope of anything like an iwc rage crop. It is now fortunate that uich large im portationt of bread, coin, and flour hart en-feed, otherwise the price of. the .tarTeif life wouU hare ri«n.^»^sriTiio»t''o-pr«»ve-theijht. With aiifai al food chiefly .obtained fiom Mahout, and at a pike, therefore) which atf...

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LORD HILL AND THE 41ST REGIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 January 1837

LORD HILL AND THE 41m REGIMENT. I !M!iceiveinTuBLiHERicKCHRO»icLE,a6We«al order in reference to the «it regiment, which, as I have not seen it in the London paper*, may be new to you. It is promulgated by his Excellency the Commander-in-chief of the Army in India, and is dated Head-qu.rt'-rs,jfi»l8UB«, ^tU.AUrcb^Jl. states, that his Expcljencjr luid received Oispltcli from Lord Hill, making reference tovthe general ..nii'rtum.rt;.! I.»M in »h« vcui ISSt Blld I8B5, first on Lieut-Colonel E. Puidon, at the instance of Colonel Sir E. K. Williams, and afterwards on Colonel Sir E. K. Williams, at the instance of Lieut. Colonel E. Purdon, and to the general conduct of the 4lst Rcgimoiit at that'poriod, repotted on by Lord W. Bentinck. Lord Hill remarks that, in the short spaa: of six yearaand ahalf, twelve officers or the regiment had been arraigned before general courts martial, and inproor or the extent to which the behaviour of officers influences that of the sol dier, he is informed, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 January 1837

FROM THE GAZETTE. January 6, 1887. By his Excellency Sir John Franklin, Knight Commander of the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic Order, Knight or the Greek,   Order of the Redeemer, and a Captain in His Majesty's Royal Navy, Lieute- nant Governor of the Island of Van Diemen's Land and its Dependencies. PROCLAMATION. WHEREAS by his Majesty's Royal Letters Patent under the Great Seal of Great Britain   and Ireland, bearing date at Westminster the 25th day of June in the first year of His Majesty's Reign, his Majesty was pleased to appoint Major General Sir Richard Bourke to be Captain General and Governor-in-Chief in and over the Island of Van Diemen's Land and its Dependencies— (that is to say)— all Islands and Territories lying to the Southward of Wilson's Promontory, in thirty-nine degrees and twelve minutes south latitude, and to the northward of the forty-fifth degree or south latitude, and between the one hundred and for- tieth and one hundred and fiftieth deg...

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THE CORNWALL CHRONCLE LAUNCESTON V. B. LAND, SATURDAY, JAN. 14, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 January 1837

CORNWALL CHRON.CLE J.AUNTCESTOW V. O. LAND, SATURDAY, JAN. 14, 1887; ?? Utwtyl.wilh-1aiiger is «o be preferred in tUvrry wllh seciyily,' , We lay before our readeis, the Address presented by the Inhabitants of Hobart Towntohis Eiccl. lency Sir John Franklin, and his Eicellency's re ply thereto. Colonists will not be deceived in the most fanguinc expectations they have formed of their Governor. The character of Sir John Frank lin is a sufficient guarantee foi liis able and houi'st administration, lo aavise, on uur p*n% '«»«» » presumption— ^inexcusable; we will not attempt it, | feeling that advice is uunecessary ; a British sailor . and an honorable man cannot deceive. We look for ward to the execution of Sir John's pledget with con fidence; and (hall, we are convinced, very shortly i svitnesa a radical change in the internal (Economy | of the whole Colony — 'The exercise of just and] equal adminutration, is a right that has long been svithheld from us, and is all that is wanting.to...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 January 1837

            SHIP NEWS.   JAN. 9.— Arrived the schooner Hetty, Lawrie, master, from Hobart Town in ballast. r J*K. 10— Arrived the schooner Eiika Ksur, WFarlaoe, from Iiobart Towu, with a cargo of . vundru*. '. ?' J»K. U— Arrived the schooner Success, Leslie, -' ? from Part Phillip, in ballast. Jaw. 11— Arrived the schooner Adelaide, ' M'deland. from Port Phillip, in ballast. Jaw. 11— Arrived the Thutlk, Capt. Mills, froni Port Fairy, with a cargo of bark. jam. IS— Arrived the barque Boapicea, from Port Phillip— Cargo, 90 bales wool. JiH. 13— Arrived the brig Usury, from Port PhilUp— In MUu*. . Jan. 7— Suited the cutter Mary, Rnbun, for Fort Sorell, in ballast. Jak: 9— SaHed the cutter ViHiiT«»T,Marr, tor Hohurt Town. Jan. 9— Sailed the (loop Endeavour, Bellioo, far Waterbouse Island. ,JaR. »— sailed tne tcnooner i»ra. iwuymi, iui Port 'Phillip. .Passengers— John »nd James Synott. Jan. 9— Saile...

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Public Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 January 1837

33ubltc flKtitinn;. According to Public Netlcc, a Meeting of the Inhabitant* of Lauacerton, and its vicinity, took place at the Court House, 'on Tuesday last, for the purpose of preparing «n Address of congratulation to His Excellency Sir John Franklin, upon his au spicious anival in Van Diemen's Land.. The at tendance was numerous and respectable, and the proceedings of the Meeting orderly and consistent. The Sheriff, after opening the Meeting and ei plainiogthe purport of it, called upon it to nominate a Chairman, when Mr. Theodore Baitlctt proposed the following resolution, which was seconded by Mr. J. Sinclair. That Mr. Sim, the Under Sheriff, for his readi ness in calling the Meeting, it entitled to the thanks of the Meetimr. and that Mr. Lawrence, as one of Jie oldest residents in the Town, now take the Chair. ' ' ? The intent of the Resolutioirnot being Understood by the major part of the persons prcscnt,and it being supposed that the appointment of auy other gentle man to th...

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Launceston Retail Price Current. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 January 1837

% |,RunttBtou ttrtail $rt» Currtnt. ', * ?. A-] £ *. i. Ale. per Hid. 8 0 0 Ale per down 0 IS 6 BfTknerton S 0 0 Brown stout do. 0 12 6 Beer per hbd. 4 10 0 Coffee per 1b bag 0 1 0 Bread(4lb. Ioaf}0 0 8 Cheese per lb. 0 10 Biscuit per cwt. 1 10 0 Hams per do. OlO Butter per lb. 0 3 6 Salt per tin 4 0 0 Salt ditto, 0 2 0 Soap per ditto 45 0 0 Hams per lb. 0 2 0 I. France sugar 85 0 0 Bacon per ditto 0 1 8 E. I. do. per lb. 0 0 4 Beef per lb. , 0 0 8 Ditto per lb. bag 0 0 0 Mutton per do. 0 0 7 Ditto loaf, per lb. 0 0 0 Pork pet lb. 0 0 8 Rum (duty paid) 0 18 7 Veal pei ditto 0 0 8 Ditto in bond 0 4 0 Chocolate per JbO 5 Q Brandy duty pud 0 18 4 Cheete per do. 0 1 6 Ditto in bond 0 5 0 Candlesf moulds 0 I 0 Gin duty paid 0 18 0 Ditto (dips) 0 1.0 Ditto in bond 0 4 0 Eggi per dozen 0 3 0 Tea per chert 6 0 0 Bran per bushel 0. 1 0 Ditto, per lh. 0 2 0 Oatmeal per lb. 0 0 6 Tobaccpdo.bondO 1 0 . Hay per ton £ 0 0 Do. do. duty paid 0 8 0 Hides eacli(avg0 7 0 Cigars per box 4 * 0 Hops per ...

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GOVERNMENT HOUSE, Hobart Town. Jan. 19.1837. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 January 1837

GOVERNMENT HOUSE, ffnhatt Town. Jan. 19. 1887. Notice is hereby (riven, that hit Excellency Sir John Franklin. K. C. H., K. R., will hold a I*Tte at the Government House, Launeeston, at 3 o'clock on Friday the 3rd of February neit. Gentlemen intending to attend at the Levee, ?re requeitedtoiehd their Cardt to the Aidede Camp on the previous day, and also to deliver ? their Cards to him on presentation. By his Excellency's! Command, H. ELLIOTT, A. D. C.

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This Evening Mails. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretaty's Office, Hobart Town, Jan. 19. 1837. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 January 1837

CJjtS 3Et-ming;'(! fHafl. government Iiotick. Colonial Secretaty'.OiBce. Hobart Town,' Jan. 19. 1887. Hii Excellency the Lieutenant Governor in tending U visit the Town of Launceston, and to ' make a tour or the Colony as speedily as possible, fcasjdirected it to be notiBed, that he will arrive at tlit undermentioned places on the following days _Ti» ? «t Spring Hill on Monday the 80th inst. ; at Ross, on Tuesday the Slit instant ; at Laiinces- 1 ton.oo Wedne-day the 1st of February ; at Gcprge ' Tourn, on Monday the 6th February ; at Norfolk Plains, on Saturday the 11th of February ; at Both well, on Wednesday tbe 15th February ; ftt Hamil ton, on Thursday the 16tn of February j at New Norfolk on Friday the 17th February. By command of his EtceUency. JOHN MONTAGU, Colonial Secretary.

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[?] of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 January 1837

Shastt of Hit {Moon. Full Moon -22nd Jan.— SS tnU. past 5 morning. _ „ . I^]iJa7lco#h ' DayTEquation Jan. f.™ *Z Ifelit light of in--rea of )'?» '*' begin»jendt day set. \ time. ' 19 ]* «J7 «|« 1O|S *i|l4 40J0 «2|'l0C1i^

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CORNWALL CHRONICLE LAUNCESTON V. D. LAND, SATURDAY. JAN. 21, 1837. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 January 1837

CORNWALL'cHRONfCLE laAUNCESTON V. D. LAND. SATURDAY. JAN. 21, 18S7. '? Liberty «lth danicr is *- tie preferred to slavery . w,,h-.«,ri.y.« I SMm In another part of our paper will be found, the proceedings of the Pubic Meeting held at the Court House,on Tuesday ast. to vote an Address to His Eicellency Sir John Franklin, on his arrival. We are unwilling to beieve that the version of it riven in our contemporar; on Thursday last it in. tended to convey an impession, that opposition was offered to the Address, and that such opposition was speedily put down. We thinkthe manner in which the amendments is proposed aie named in ; the Adveutueh, is hardy fair, neither can we dis cover in what way Mr. Iheodoie Bartley ' resisted ?uccetsfultv' the argummt, that bringing forward an Address already pre|ared, was deviating from the requisition. We we« attentive observers or the discussion, and could dseover ootliing like an at tempt to object to the address itself, though we cannot adopt the opi...

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Post Office, Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 January 1837

Soft ©Hut, Ettunccdton. Mails will close at this OSce, as follows :— To England, per A»«r, on the 25th instant, at 12 o'clock. To Spencer's Gulf, per Is« Bella, on the 25th instant, at 12 o'clock.

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED, [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 January 1837

SHJP ®N£W!, ARRIVED, January 14— Schooner Ikdoitrv, Lancey, inas Ur. from Port Phillip in ballast. January 14— Brig Hrnav, Whiting, mutec.from Fort Phillip. ioTialUit. January 18— Schooner Emu, Fawthorpe, mu ter, from fort Phillip, in baibut. - January 19-Sekoontr Suly Anm, Demprter, matter, from Portland Buy. January 30— Brig Aloatross, Westmoreland, master, from Bobirt Town— not yet entered. ' January 20— Brig Slam, Betl, matter, from Hobart Town— not yet entered. SAILED. January 29— Schooner Eiols, Fawthorpe, ou ter, for Portland Bay— 700 ilieep. ?OBmr town ihip (nwi. Jan. 11— Sailed the barque Wave, with a gene ral cargo for Sydney. Jan. 12— Sailed the barque Francis Freelingfor Sydney. , Jan. 15— Sailed the barque Merope for Twofold Bay. Jan. 16— Sailed the brig Siren for Port Phillip. Jan. W-Sailed the brig Sen Witch. Hasson, nuter.'tur Sydney— Passengers, Colonel Snodgrass, Mr. Snodgraa. Mr. Murry.

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Corn [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 January 1837

CORN MARKET. No variation in prices since our last.   The very unfavourable reports of the approach- ing harvest, have tended to cause a trifling advance in the price of wheat. The best samples have fetched 7s.,the average may be taken at 6s 3d —   Potatoes are also rising— 6s. per cwt. for good new. The scorching weather has caused fruit to be scarce und dear; vegetables, however, continue plentiful at moderate prices — Tasmania, Jan. 20.

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